Re: Determinism

From: Robin Faichney (
Date: Sat Apr 14 2001 - 11:31:34 BST

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    On Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 04:59:45PM -0500, wrote:
    > On 13 Apr 2001, at 16:38, Robin Faichney wrote:
    > > So we can't actually trace causality, but we can suppose it to exist
    > > wherever it seems to be required? That's convenient.
    > >
    > We can't specify which sound wave of the dynamite caused the
    > avalanche, but we can reasonably conclude that the explosion had
    > something to do with it.

    But we don't need either science or philosophy to do that, do we?
    Shouldn't these disciplines allow us to delve somewhat deeper?

    Robin Faichney
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